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Get a Bowl of happiness on your Trip to Vietnam

No matter when you make your way on a trip to Vietnam, whether its winter or summer, there is always a melted mouth for what is called Pho Bo, a Vietnamese noodle soup. 464 more words


First Impression: Food in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Last June, my Mom and I went on a tri-country trip. Our last stop was Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Located in the southern part of the country, it’s commonly known as Saigon and played a vital role during the Vietnam War. 221 more words


Vegetarian Vietnamese Spring Rolls

So many people have no clue what the difference between a spring roll and an egg roll is. In Southern Vietnam (where my mother’s family is from), it’s pretty easy to tell the difference: egg rolls are fried, while spring rolls are served fresh. 329 more words

Asian Cuisine

Eat: Pho Linh

Whenever there’s a Vietnamese restaurant that serves bánh cuốn, the rice roll with ground pork, wood ear mushroom and shallots, I would order that and forgo the pho or vermicelli dishes. 82 more words


Masterchef at Quán Bụi in HCMC, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon- the city still happily goes by both names- is a surprisingly advanced city, a modern Asian Tiger. Wide boulevards, generous public spaces, landscaping, cleanliness and well designed buildings feature prominently in District 1, the central and oldest quarter of HCMC. 535 more words


Pho Pasteur

Pho Pasteur for Bun Bo Hue

Pho Pasteur is located in the Chinatown in downtown Toronto, and was a restaurant my family and I made a visit to, way before the creation of this blog. 405 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh Cuon Pho Ga

Family Favourite on St. Clair!

Being a Vietnamese Canadian, it’s obvious that I would be exploring local foods of my own culture. My parents only take me and my brother to the best Vietnamese restaurants, one of them being Banh Cuon Pho Ga on St. 374 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine